This generous 1,275m² allotment in an idyllic street in this highly sought-after suburb offers many possibilities - renovate the existing residence, a superb site to subdivide and build another home or perhaps 2 Townhouses with a common driveway. In fact there is already an approved planning permit to subdivide into 3 lots (picture attached).
However, the existing home is just stunning and loaded with original character charm that you just can't put a price on. Some of its period features include soaring 12ft high ceilings, ornamental ceilings, polished original floorboards and beautiful original timber vj panelling throughout.
Modern updates throughout the years have made the home more comfortable with ducted heating and evaporative cooling throughout, updated kitchen appliances including gas cooktop and oven plus a new dishwasher.
Whilst all 4 bedrooms are a good size, Bedroom 1 is enormous which leaves you with plenty of room to add in an ensuite if you please. Or perhaps open it right up to make a huge open plan kitchen, meals and create 2 open living areas.
The central family sized bathroom features a gorgeous clawfoot free-standing bath and beautiful big original windows which let oodles of natural light into this space.
After you've renovated why not finish off your dream home with a pool, the northerly orientation makes this an idyllic setting.
This phenomenal location cannot be beaten with View Street just a 1.4km away where you can enjoy all of Bendigo's cosmopolitan delights, including the Art Gallery and our finest restaurants and wine bars.
Renovate, subdivide, develop the choice is yours.
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